Saturday, April 02, 2022

baze.djunkiii Charts 04/2k22

01. Bufobufo - Catch Wreck EP [Amen Tec 002]
See review for details...

02. DJ Pooch - The Skrufneck Strikes Back EP [Amen Brother]
See review for details...

03. The Duke Of Dub - Everything Gwan In [45Seven]
And here it. Another 7" bang0r churned out by the ever active label that is 45Seven, bringing forth two brand new cuts by The Duke Of Dub a.k.a. The Duke Of Juke a.k.a. Noizecreator and many other musical monikers who's perfectly fusing a dark'ish, spatial and well dubbed out attitude with rolling Jungle beats and a proper crimescene attitude for peak time dancefloor workouts. Pure tunage on this one.

04. Fozbee, Cooz & Smooth - Trip 950 EP [Amen Brother]
See review for details...

05. Jean Claude Nachon - La Femme Objet [Le Disques Le Culte 003]
What a beautiful album, this, which initially caught my attenttion at my regular dayjob at a vinyl distributors warehouse due to its epic - and admittedly sexy - cover artwork which already pointed towards quality Easy Listening and x-rated soundtrack music and that's exactly what Jean Claude Nachon's "La Femme Objet" is and provides. The formerly unreleased score to what seems to be a 1980's porn cult classic comes in with the exactly right amount of kitsch and cheese, uplifting bits of synth experimentation, dramatic Plastic Pop instrumentals, ncoturnal Jazz Noir and French melancholia one would expect from an album like this which makes this one a sweet listening experience not only for those who're missing a long gone vintage era of incredible soundtracks. They don't do them like this anymore so especially make sure to check out "Kim, Prise Femelle Pour Male En Panne" as well as "Recontre Du Troisieme Sexe","Amour Melancolique Et Plaisirs Mecaniques" and "Supernaturiste" which single-handedly make "La Femme Objet" a worthwhile addition to your collection.

06. Sven Weisemann - Limerence Toolz Vol. 1 [Frekoba 001]
Quite an unusual 12" release for Sven Weisemann who ventures off into tool'ish, muffled and slightly washed out, yet skillfully crafted House and DeepHouse territories for intimate club settings whilst adding only a minimum of his trademark dubbed out vision to the mix. One for all purveyors of original DJ culture, preferring their tools of choice raw, unpolished and powerful.

07. Ellis Dee - Rock To The Max / Dance Factor *Boykz & Chapman Remixes [Amen Brother]
See review for details...

08. Moy - Jovian Sunrise EP [Amen Tec 001]
See review for details...

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